Department of Electrical Engineering

Program Objectives


  • Knows the basic mathematical and physical concepts used in Engineering.
  • Knows and explains the operation of electrical and electronic circuits.
  • Knows the basic principles of modeling physical systems, technical control and stability of closed loop systems.
  • Knows programming technologies and acquires basic knowledge of logic circuits and micro-processors.
  • Knows issues about electromechanical installations in buildings and industrial environments.
  • Knows the electric power systems (generation, transmission and distribution) and renewable energy technologies.
  • Knows electric machinery issues, power electronics and motor drive systems.
  • Knows lighting technology issues and ohmic and inductive heating applications.


  • Describes the operation of electrical and electronic circuits-devices.
  • Describes the operation of electric power systems (generation, transmission and distribution).
  • Describes the operation of automatic control systems with an emphasis on electric drive.
  • Develops automation with microcontrollers and PLCs for Building and industrial applications.
  • Implements electrical machinery configurations (transformers and dc / ac motors / generators).
  • Analyzes and describes the operation of electrical equipment protection systems.
  • Conducts and evaluates measurements of electrical quantities.
  • Evaluates the operation of electric systems and their power quality.


  • Supports and maintains electric power systems (generation, transmission and distribution).
  • Studies, plans and maintains electrical installations for Building and industrial sectors.
  • Studies, plans and maintains automation with microcontrollers and PLCs for Building and industrial applications.
  • Studies, plans and maintains renewable energy system installations.

Undergraduate Curriculum: Program Learning Outcomes

The aim of the Departments curriculum is to educate students to be engineers with emphasis on the Field of Energy and Construction. The Department's graduates have high-level theoretical background and important laboratory experience to be able to adapt to the constantly changing field of scientific and technological developments, as well as, in the cultivation of skills that will allow them to respond to the rapid developments of the profession of Electrical Engineering.

Studies in the Department of Electrical Engineering in the Piraeus University of Applied Sciences cover subjects related to the science and technologies of the Energy Electrical Engineering. The teaching subjects are:

  • Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry with emphasis on Engineering Applications
  • Electric circuits and Electrical Measurements
  • Electronics, Logic Design and Microprocessors
  • Electrical Machines and Power Electronics
  • Generation, Transmission and Distribution of Electricity
  • Building and Industrial Electromechanical Installations
  • Renewable Energy Sources
  • High Voltage Technology, Protection of Electrical Installations and Electrical Power Systems
  • Lighting Technology
  • Automatic Control Systems and Electric Drives
  • Energy and Environment (recycling and eco-design)
  • Household Appliances and Security Specifications, Heating Elements, Design and Manufacturing of Magnetic Components
  • Arc Welding Systems, Ohmic and Inductive Heating applications

Contact Information   

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Head of Dept.

Ioannidis Georgios, Professor

210 5381578 - 1023

Head of Secreteriat:

210 5381221 - 1502

Fax:210 5381220



 210 5381221

 Days and hours of Reception:

Tuesday - Wednesday -  Thursday 12.00 - 14.00